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Dates: Wed 15 November 223
Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm AEST, with an informal Q&A from 1:00pm-1:30pm open to all participants
Location: Online via Zoom (link and details sent closer to the time)
Many organisations emphasise the importance of innovation as a means of addressing complex problems. As part of any sort of innovation process is usually a question of scalability, but this has many components:
You are encouraged to bring a current or recent project example, or will be provided with an example project. All participants will also receive a digital workbook containing templates.
Participants can also participate in an informal knowledge sharing Q&A following the workshop.
Is this for you?
This training draws on FPC's extensive experience across design, evaluation and systems practices and applies them to the real-world question of taking an innovation to scale.
This training requires no pre-existing knowledge of scalability or scaling processes, and minimal understanding of evaluation. It is targeted at staff that work within organisations that routinely apply for grants, or develop and implement programs / innovations with a view to scaling them. Staff at all levels - be they change makers, program managers, Executives or those involved in writing grant applications will benefit.
The knowledge and skills taught through this training are applicable across all content areas and sectors. Participants will leave equipped with the tools and capability to apply what they learned in their own context.
Your facilitators: Matt Healey
Matt Healey is a social researcher and evaluation consultant with a reputation for unique and energetic workshops and activities. Over the last eight years, he has led or significantly contributed to over 100 different projects.
These include evaluation of a range of environmental programs, including biodiversity, energy efficiency and climate change, evaluation of financial literacy programs, evaluation of a multi-country social innovator’s challenge for the Movember Foundation and development of an evaluation framework and plan for Victoria’s Sustainability Fund.
Matt has a strong interest in the intersection of design, systems and evaluation, and the role that bringing different areas of practice together can play in supporting the scaling of effective interventions and innovations. Over the last five years, he has worked with dozens of clients to understand what works, why and the different mechanisms by which these innovations can scale further.